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Can you imagine that there's been an inn on this site since 1588 - the year of the Armada? The river Bourne runs beside the pub, good for summer cooling.
Freehouse that's handy for a doggie pitstop close to the A2, or for taking a break as part of a long walk starting elsewhere.
Lovely family run pub and shop . Welcome dogs and lots of "meat " treats given to your pooch whilst you're eating Sunday dinner .
After a long drive up to this stage of my journey, needed to find a place to eat. But first a walk in the park by the west end car park. Jack loved the park, next to the sea Loch.
A good and handy doggie pitstop on the A420, with plenty of parking. It's a shame that this country inn seems to have been shunted to one side by the main road.
Such a lovely place for dogs. They even have their own special dining room! They have a very nice menu for vegan people too.
Very dog friendly pub, gave my labrador treats and a dog bowl with water, service was great, lots of outside seating next to a duck pond and river.
Lovely pub and restaurant. Outdoor seating area. Dogs more welcome than people :) lovely walk from Pub around Marshall Arms along the river and back to the Pub for a well earned drink
Out of the way pub on the river, very laid back - like a time capsule to the last century.
Amazing! You'll struggle to find a better place to eat, drink or sleep while in the area. The inn has a hotel attached which is also dog friendly- booking early is required.
A relaxed pubby and dog-friendly pub, with a welcoming atmosphere.
Lovely coffee shop, next to the river. Large courtyard, dog friendly inside and out. Offering locally sourced coffee, brunches, lunches, locally sourced cakes and pastries.